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Become a Big Sister today! We have 500 girls waiting in Greater Boston, one is waiting for YOU! When was the last time you jumped rope? Shared a secret? Giggled with a girlfriend? By becoming a Big Sister, you get to experience the fun and friendship you had when you were young, while making a …
Do you have an hour to spare each week or as little as two hours per month? Homebound seniors need your help. Meals recipients are so grateful for your time! Just this brief interaction with drivers improves their health and well-being. MOW driving feeds your heart and soul, is a flexible …
31st annual Jimmy Fund Scooper Bowl presented by FedEx® All-you-can-eat ice cream festival is June 4, 5 and 6 BOSTON – The 31st annual Jimmy Fund Scooper Bowl® presented by FedEx will take place at Boston’s City Hall Plaza on June 4, 5, and 6 from noon to eight p.m. More than 30 flavors of ice …
The Lexington Better Buildings Program is resuming canvassing! We will be coming to homes in Lexington to help residents who heat with oil, electricity, or propane switch to an efficient, modern heating system that can help residents save money as well as the environment. We look forward to seeing …
Lost & Found
Our Cat Paco was last seen May 7th, 2013, near Barberry Rd and Field Rd. Intersection. If you see him please contact me at 617-758-9853 Thank you
Marion Littleton "Lit" Meeks passed away on May 17 in Lexington, Mass. He was 89 years old. Lit was born in Gainesville, Ga., in 1923, attended Gainesville High School and graduated from Georgia Tech in 1942. He served in the U.S. Navy during World War II as a lieutenant JG on a destroyer escort …
Mount Auburn Hospital Auxiliary member, Maureen Kasperian of Waltham, modeled fashions by Sarah Campbell at the annual Spring Fashion Show Benefit, which took place on Wednesday, April 17th at the Oakley Country Club in Watertown. The Annual Fashion Show and Luncheon, an initiative of the Auxiliary…
Families of Inspiration Sunday, June 2, 2013 4 – 7 PM Bring the whole family to this unique fundraiser that helps raise awareness for family homelessness in Massachusetts. In a state as richly resourced as Massachusetts, One Family believes that no parent or child should live without a roof over …
More than 325 guests gathered in the Imperial Ballroom at the Boston Park Plaza Hotel on May 3rd, to celebrate The Max Warburg Courage Curriculum’s 22nd annual Awards Luncheon and the exceptional courage of 41 sixth-grade students from Boston and surrounding communities. The students honored as …
Hey all you East Lexington Liberty Heights neighbors. Time to clean out your attics and basements! This Saturday May 18 is the first annual Liberty Heights yard sale, to be held in your own yard. Everyone is welcome to participate!
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